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  1. The Use of Porcine-Derived Materials for Medical Purposes: What do Muslim and Jewish Individuals Know and Opine About It?Ya’Arit Bokek-Cohen & Mahdi Tarabeih - forthcoming - Journal of Bioethical Inquiry:1-14.
    Porcine-derived medical products represent an effective solution for a wide range of human suffering, yet this may contradict Muslim and Jewish religious prohibitions against consuming pig. The present study evaluated the level to which Muslim and Jewish participants are knowledgeable about the conditions permitting porcine-based treatments and explored their attitudes toward the permissibility of these treatments. A questionnaire that presented fifteen medical uses of porcine-derived products was completed by 809 Muslims and 714 Jews. Neither Muslim nor Jewish participants are knowledgeable (...)
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  • Montgomery's Legal and Practical Impact: A Systematic Review at 6 Years.Isabelle Le Gallez, Jeffrey Skopek, Kathleen Liddell, Isla Kuhn, Andrew Sagar & Zoë Fritz - forthcoming - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
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